Evander Holyfield once said, “It is not the size of a man but the size of his heart that matters.”
Showing gratitude is not complicated, although it’s not exactly measurable, it is something that is not overbearing or anything that you must train for. But with it being incorporated in your daily trainings, be it in individual events or if together with your coaches and teammates, having everyone to come together to express and show gratitude makes the athletes become clearer with their beliefs, and this can set them apart from their opponents far more than you imagine.
In this episode you will discover:
- the power of two simple words “thank you”
- how being grateful can help your performance
- how you can rely on being grateful to be a Star Player even if you are far from being the best in your team
- how to be grateful
- the activities to practice the attitude of gratitude
Being grateful is to take a step back for a moment and put yourself second. Take a good look around you and see the opportunities that you’ve been given. Next see the possibilities of what you can achieve with these opportunities. Sometimes they are not obvious, so it takes regular practices and activities to make this a natural process before you reap the benefits.
Links and resources mentioned in this show:
- Teri Mckeever
- Joe Vitale, author of Zero Limits: The Secret Hawaiian System for Wealth, Health, Peace, and More
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